Davidson Voted – And The Results Are In
After 12 days of early voting, and a busy election day in Davidson – the results are in. [Note: these results are listed as “unofficial,” but represent reporting from all precincts.]
Mayor Rusty Knox was unopposed, and garnered 2,469 votes.
The five top candidates in the race for the Davidson Town Board were: Jane Campbell, Jim Fuller, Autumn Michael Rierson, Matthew Fort, and David Sitton.
Jane Campbell earned the most votes, and, if town tradition holds, will be named Mayor Pro-Tem by a vote of the Town Board.
Davidson voters supported two ballot referenda. One was for the sale of Continuum, and the second was for approval of general obligation bonds to fund Public Facilities work. The sale of Continuum was approved 93.93% to 6.07%. Voters approved the bonds for public facilities: 69.52% in favor, and 30.48% against.
The sale of Continuum also required approval from voters in Mooresville, and voters did just that. Results from 9 precincts showed 85.24% in favor and 14.76% opposed.